Inaba had 3 hits with a double, a run and an RBI while Webb was credited with 2 hits and 2 runs. Also, Inaba pitched 3 innings and 62 pitches with 7 strikeouts, and Webb added 3 innings and 54 pitches with 1 strikeout.
For the Colts, Tyler Friedrich had 2 hits with a double, a run and an RBI, and Caz Smith and Kaison Williams each added 2 runs.
Other Indian hitters were Brendon Walker, 2 hits with a run and an RBI; Dax Edwards, 1 hit with a run and 2 RBIs; Dalton Southern, 1 hit with a run and an RBI; John Guilisano, 1 hit with a run and an RBI; Peyton Willoughby, 1 hit with a run; Dalton Henson, 1 hit with a run; Malcolm Cooley, a walk and 2 runs; Brady Burson, a walk. Peyton Willoughby and threw for 1 inning, with 17 pitches and one strikeout.
For the Colts, Jonah Gambill, 1 hit with a run; Kaleb Chatmon, 1 hit with a hit by pitch and a run; Clay Derrick, I hit with 2 RBIs; Chris Mills, 2 walks; Logan Cagle, a walk and a run; Jake Richards, a run; Zach Hall, a walk. Pitchers were Chatmon, 3 innings and 57 pitches; Mills, 3 innings and 54 pitches with 5 strikeouts.
Tigers 8, Phillies 5
The Tigers scored four runs in the top of the second to take charge against the Phillies on their way to an 8-5 victory in Little League play May 2.
The Tigers had taken a 2-0 lead in the top of the first on hits by John Reed Evans, Jake Cooper, Brandon Hodge and Micah Tart. The Phillies tied them with a pair of runs in the bottom of the frame on hits by Bailey Ward, Nick Root and Josh Holmes.
The Tigers went ahead again 6-2 in the second on hits by Cooper, Hodge, Koby Jordan and Tart. The Phillies got back one of those runs in the third when Ward singled and scored.
The Tigers added a run in the top of the fourth when Evans doubled and then scored on a sacrifice fly by Hodge. The Phillies made it 7-5 in the bottom of the fourth on a 2-RBI single by Ward. The Tigers added the final run in the top of the sixth when Grant Harris singled and scored.
For the Tigers, Tart had 3 hits and a walk; Evans tallied 2 hits with a double, a hit by pitch and scored 3 runs; Cooper, 2 hits with a double, a walk, 2 runs and an RBI; Hodge, 2 hits with a sacrifice fly, 2 RBIs; Harris, 1 hit with a walk, a hit by pitch and 2 runs; Jordan, 1 hit with an RBI; Evans, a walk; and Brady Craig, a walk. Pitchers were Harris, 1 inning and 17 pitches; Evans, 3 innings and 48 pitches with 3 strikeouts; Cooper, 2 innings and 40 pitches with 5 strikeouts.
Contributing to the Phillies offensively were Ward, 3 hits with a double, 3 runs, 2 RBIs; Holmes, 1 hit with 2 RBIs; Blane Belisario, 1 hit with a triple and a run; Root, 1 hit with 2 walks; Chanc Willis, 1 hit with a walk; William Fraser, a walk and a run; Derrick Pearson, a run; Jordon Wells, a walk; and Karson Hornberger, hit by pitch. Pitchers were Jordan Blackmon, 3 innings and 73 pitches with 3 strikeouts; Derrick Pearson, 2 innings and 17 pitches; Root, 2 innings and 31 pitches with 4 strikeouts.
Dodgers 11, Padres 1
The Padres took a 1-0 lead in the top of the first on a triple but the Dodgers then scored 11 unanswered runs to claim an 11-1 win in a game shortened to four innings due to the 10-run rule in Little League play May 2.
The Padres scored their run when Dadrian Dennis drew a walk and scored on a triple by Emmanuel Jones.
The Dodgers scored 3 runs in the bottom of the first on hits by Trey Harkins, Trevor Lawrence, Matthew Greene and Clay Ross.
The Dodgers added 2 runs in the second when two hitters reached base and scored on misplays. They scored another 2 runs in the third inning on a hit by Lawrence and a 2-RBI single by Juan Guerrero. The Dodgers scored their final 4 runs in the bottom of the fourth on hits by Tyler Dover, Cole Crump, Max Rohland, Harkins and Lawrence.
Juan Guerrero pitched a 3-hitter, going 4 innings and 51 pitches with 2 strikeouts.
In addition to the triple by Jones, the Padres had singles by Kurtis Feanny and Walker Jones.
The Dodgers were led offensively by Max Rohland, 1 hit with a run; Harkins, 2 hits with a run and an RBI; Lawrence, 3 hits with a double; Matthew Greene, 1 hit with a double, 2 runs and 2 RBIs; Juan Guerrero, 1 hit with 2 RBIs; Clay Ross, 1 hit; Cole Crump, 1 hit with a walk and a run; Logan Gates, a run; Dover, 1 hit with a run; Keaun Thomas, a walk, 2 runs. Pitching was Juan Guerrero, 4 innings and 51 pitches with 2 strikeouts.
Helping the Padres at the plate were Emmanuel Jones, a triple and an RBI; Kurtis Feanny, 1 hit; Walker Jones, 1 hit; Dadrian Dennis, 2 walks and a run. Pitchers included Jacob Frye, 4 innings and 75 pitches with 3 strikeouts; Brant Smith, 1 inning and 21 pitches with 1 strikeout.
Crackers 10, Braves 0
Will Bentley pitched a complete game 1-hit shutout for the Crackers as they defeated the Braves, 10-0, in Little League play May 2.
Crawford Taylor singled in the bottom of the fourth for the Braves' only hit.
Bentley also led the Crackers at the plate, getting 3 hits with a triple, 2 runs and 2 RBIs. Six other Dodgers added 1 hit each.
The game was called after 4 innings due to the 10-run rule.
The Crackers got contributions at the plate from Bentley, 3 hits with a triple, 2 runs, 2 RBIs; Ben Ammons, 1 hit with a triple, a walk and 2 runs; Will Noble, 1 hit with 2 walks and an RBI; Joe Cave, 1 hit with a run and an RBI; Jacob Daniel, 1 hit with a double and a run; Evan Dasher, 1 hit with a run and an RBI; Chris Davis, 1 hit with a run and an RBI; J.T. Mitchell, a run; Aiden Shea, a walk.
Bentley fanned 8.
The Braves were led at the mound by Hayes Miller, 4 innings and 74 pitches with 5 strikeouts; and Crawford Taylor, 1 inning and 20 pitches.
Indians 13, Phillies 6
The Phillies defeated the Dodgers 13-6 in a game that was started on April 16 and completed May 3.
The Indians were leading the Padres 11-6 after 4 innings, and the game was suspended due to the special time limit for games on nights before CRCT testing in the local school systems
In the top of the fifth, the Phillies scored 2 runs when Juan Guerrero doubled, Jonathan Guerrero reached on an error, and both scored on a 2-RBI single by Tyler Dover. Then the game was called due to weather.
For the Phillies, Bailey Ward pitched in the top of the fifth with 21 pitches and 1 strikeout.